@jupadua20 asked 4 months ago.

In a 30-day sprint, how long is the sprint review meeting?

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@professor jennie answered 3 months ago.

The sprint review meeting should be held every two weeks in the middle of the sprint. The meeting should only last about 30 minutes, so you don’t waste too much time, but it should include all the major stakeholders, like your team members, product owner, and product manager.

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@Juliann answered 3 months ago.

For each week of sprint duration, apply one hour of meeting time for the sprint review. For the retrospective, apply . 75 hours (45 minutes) for each week of sprint duration. For example, a 30-day sprint would result in a four-hour review and a three-hour retrospective.

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@ecerite answered 3 months ago.

t depends, but I would say it’s a good idea to keep it to just an hour. It’s not that you don’t have enough to talk about with your team, it’s that you don’t want your team to dread going to these meetings
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@jetulicuh answered 3 months ago.

The sprint review meeting is usually held around the end of a 30-day sprint and it’s an opportunity to show off the work you’ve done in the previous month and get feedback on it.
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@suwonossu answered 3 months ago.

The review meeting should last no longer than 15 minutes. This will allow you to get feedback on all of your sprints but will also prevent you from going overboard with your sprint reviews.
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